Tag: education

Education returning to the Father

“How many of my father’s hired men have food to spare, and here I am starving to death! I will set out and go back to my father….” — Luke 15:17-18 Since I’ve spent another week in the office I thought I’d share about the Chaplaincy programme I’m involved him. The […]

Education: creating circles of influence

[notice]Musings around children’s ministry.[/notice] Browsing through some of the articles on Education in the secular press can make one feel discouraged! Limpopo is now under the spotlight after last year’s textbook scandal, and even though last year’s overall best matriculant came from Limpopo, it seems there is a lingering morbid […]

Inspired by little movements

[notice]Musings around children’s ministry.[/notice] I have yet another conference story to share…Last weekend the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) invited our ministry (Reaching a Generation) to one of their provincial conferences. I cannot describe how inspiring it was to see teachers share so passionately about what Christ is doing […]

Education Department piloting handbook on dealing with Satanism

Based on reports in Citizen, Sowetan Live, allafrica.com, and women.24 blogs The Gauteng Department of Education is piloting a handbook to help educators and parents deal with Satanism, Gauteng Education MEC Barbara Creecy confirmed this week. Creecy, who signed a memorandum of understanding with faith-based organisations on Tuesday (March 18) […]